Representation Agreement

 

 

Depending on how the Representation Agreement is prepared, a designated representative's authority can include:

  • routine finances 

  • decisions regarding healthcare, personal care, and limited legal affairs 

  • refusal or consent to life support treatment and care 

  • consent to less common medical procedures/treatment 

  • consent to treatment the Adult approved while capable but since losing capacity has refused to consent 

  • deciding on living arrangements for the Adult including choosing a care facility

 

We can help determine the appropriate scope for specific representative(s).

 

Who should have a Representation Agreement?

Any adult who wants to ensure that a specific person or persons are appointed to make decisions for them, especially if they have no spouse; or no spouse and no children, or if their children are in conflict with one another or would not be good decision makers.

 

 

 

3010 Lonsdale Ave,

North Vancouver

BC. Canada

V7N 3J5

 

Tel: 604-988-6668

Fax: 604 -988-6862

Hours of business:

North Vancouver location - Mon to Fri 9am-5pm

Squamish location by appointment only. 

 

Squamish. By appointment

 

Tel: 604-988-6668

Fax: 604 -988-6862

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